Ridgetop houses are too common

To the Editor:

Regarding Clark Lipkin's guest opinion column in the Feb. 26 opinion, I find it incredulous that he states [ridgetop houses] "tend to be hard to find". All he needs to do is take a short drive through north Georgia in order to see the effects of ridgetop development gone amok. If he still has trouble seeing houses on ridgetops, then all we need to do is pass out the same kind of rose-colored glasses he is looking through.

Bruce Buchanan


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